Works of Swedish art from Augustana College will be exhibited June 29-Sept. 9 at the Hoyt Art Center, New Castle, Pa.
"A Different Way of Seeing: Works from the Sam and Ann Charters Collection of Swedish Art," draws from a 2014 exhibit at the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art.
The exhibition spans more than a century of distinctively Swedish art, from 1977 to 1990. It highlights paintings, mixed media works, and lithographs from artists including Georg Pauli, Lena Cronqvist, Maria Fröberg, and Sven “X-et” Erixson. (more)
This virtual exhibition features the Senior Art Inquiry projects of graphic design, art history and studio art majors in Augustana College’s Class of 2021.
Each student’s work is accompanied by a statement sharing their perspectives and intentions for the artwork. The work in this exhibition was created as a culmination of their classes and individual development as artists and graphic designers.
Special thanks go to Jennifer Saintfort, interim museum director, and the faculty members of studio art, graphic design and art history for their help in making this exhibition possible.
All images and photos of artworks courtesy of the artists.
Ranjeet Chadhauri, a graphic design major from Nepalgunj, Nepal.
"Senior Inquiry gave me a chance to make something new that I had never made before and grow as a graphics design major. I am very thankful for this opportunity."
Amanda Crittenden, a senior from Elgin, Ill.
"With this project I was really able to delve into two passions of mine, cultivating the online live streaming community and creating clean yet striking layout design."
Tyler Davis, a senior from Streamwood, Ill.
"Expressing art through fashion has always been a passion of mine and being the artist behind clothes that friends and even strangers enjoy wearing is a satisfying feeling."
Jordan Delinski, a studio art and art history major from Peoria, Ill.
"I wanted to tell a story of how humanity has survived and lived under the same stars since the beginning."
Grace DeMatteis, a senior from Palm Coast, Fla.
"What I ended up with is something completely different to what I started with but I think that just goes to show how I have had to learn and adjust to this time."
Atiqul Haque, a graphic design major from Sylhet, Bangladesh.
"I truly want everyone to see the beauty of the QC through my perspective."
Rachel Oliver, a senior from Fort Lupton, Colo.
"When I first began, the initial goal of the show was to distance myself from the chaotic world and escape into my imagination and creativity."
Tito Quinones, a senior from Ramstein AFB, Germany.
"This piece was joyful for me to create as I know it will captivate my viewers, making it open for various forms of interpretation."
Amelia Sorensen, a senior from Oak Forest, Ill.
"I felt an incredible freedom in painting in this manner as I could be as creative as I wanted portraying real life in an unrealistic way."
Annie Wheeler, a senior from Springfield, Ill.
"I can proudly say that this exhibition is the culmination of my best work as a designer."
The museum is closed to the public for the 2021-22 academic year.
The Permanent Gallery will be open to students and faculty by appointment.
Call 309-794-7400 or email for more information.
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